About the Program
The Interdisciplinary Project in the Humanities is a rigorous, interdisciplinary program for students seeking honors. The major combines
- an introductory core — a concentrated study of texts central to the European and American philosophical, religious, and literary traditions and
- an area of concentration — an advanced sequence of courses and research tailored to the special interests of each student in the program.
For students pursuing concentrations in American intellectual history, in the European avant-garde in the twentieth century, or in Renaissance political thought (to take three among many possible examples), the introductory core will provide a crucial foundation for advanced interdisciplinary work; the core will also provide a useful background for students undertaking comparative concentrations — for example, in Buddhist, Christian, and Muslim mystical literature, or in the influence of Russian fiction in East Asia.
James Baldwin and the Moral Crisis of American Democracy
Modeling Interdisciplinary Inquiry
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